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TAV commits to EASA aviation industry charter

Posted 7 July 2020 · Add Comment

Turkey’s TAV Airports has committed to the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) charter to implement the operational guidelines to protect the health and safety of staff, crews and passengers in light of COVID-19.

 

TAV supports EASA aviation industry charter for COVID-19 pandemic.  Image: TAV Airports: President & CEO Sani Şener 

Nine airports in TAV’s portfolio have signed the EASA charter and joined more than a dozen European airport operators in their commitment to implement, monitor and share the precautions against the spread of the pandemic.

 

The signatories are Izmir Adnan Menderes, Ankara Esenboga, Milas-Bodrum and Gazipaşa-Alanya airports in Turkey, Skopje Airports in North Macedonia, Enfidha and Monastir airports in Tunisia and Tbilisi Airport in Georgia. Antalya Airport co-operated by Fraport and TAV also committed to the charter.

 

TAV Airports President&CEO Sani Şener said: “As countries gradually open their borders and lift flight restrictions, the aviation industry is well-prepared to provide a safe travel experience to passengers and a healthy work environment for employees. All airports in our portfolio have complied with the local and international regulations and recommendations put forward by respective authorities. As part of these efforts, we are happy to commit to the EASA charter, which provides a common set of guidelines for airports and airlines. This charter will further strengthen our proposal for a safe travel experience and hopefully accelerate the recovery of international flights between signatory airports.”

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